energy marketing & trading
Reliable. Flexible. Knowledgeable. Responsive. Those are the qualities our Energy Marketing and Trading customers say are essential in a trading solutions partner. A leading player with a broad geographic portfolio. Access to global energy markets. Industry knowledge and expertise. Accurate and timely information.
The stakes are high. We understand.
EDF delivers structured market products to utilities, municipalities, cooperatives, private equity, producers and trading counterparties, as well as EDF’s commercial and industrial, power generation, LNG facilities and wholesale energy retail customers.
Comprehensive strategies to improve energy usage, maximize assets, monetize portfolios, manage risk and create additional value.
Wholesale market access to North America’s leading commercial and industrial companies, power generation and energy retailers, from coast to coast.
Expertise and coverage in power, natural gas, environmental products, oil and NGLs.
The strength of the EDF Group, the world’s largest power producer and a global leader in low-carbon energies. The company’s investment ratings facilitate access to world financial markets.
marketing and trading services
- Competitive pricing
- Structured products (multi-commodity)
- Transmission optimization
- Congestion hedging
- Power options
- Asset optimization and transport
- Transmission and storage
- Natural gas asset management agreements
- Producer hedging across full hydrocarbon spectrum
A leader in market making, we offer a full range of structured solutions— energy supply, transportation, risk management products and technology— to help our customers optimize their energy assets and successfully compete in the marketplace.
Market partcipants look to EDF for creative solutions, financial strength and market expertise. We deliver that and more.
What sets EDF apart in regulated markets? Vast market coverage, competitive pricing structures and reliable scheduling performance, for starters.
The producer’s conduit to market, we leverage our access to the entire energy spectrum to maximize returns for our customers.
How should a company act, even if no one’s looking? With integrity, believes a large integrated power provider, and with a commitment to powering the local economy to help residents and local businesses thrive.
The utility, which supplies power to three million residential and commercial customers, engaged EDF to help them identify ways to manage their transmission rights and find savings — savings they could pass along to their customers.
Bringing in an outside party on such an initiative was a first for the company. The project required intense collaboration across their various operating entities. But in the end, EDF provided several structured products that the utility used to monetize their portfolio, accretive to their business, so that they could continue to foster the growth of the communities they serve.